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Bathroom Tiling Options
Bathroom tiles are the perfect opportunity to put your stamp on your bathroom. Depending on the colour and style you select, bathroom tiles can greatly impact the overall feel of the space, transforming a cold and two-dimensional bathroom into a tranquil retreat for the whole family to enjoy. However, with this in mind, it is important that whatever your tile choice, they are correctly installed to finish your bathroom to the highest style possible.
There is a magnitude of different tiles for you to choose, from luxurious white marble to on-trend honeycomb, the style you choose will be dependent on the theme of your bathroom. Not only can bathroom tiles elevate the look of your room, but they’re also a practical choice when it comes to cleaning the room. Cost-effective, tiles are longer lasting than paint which is why they’re a popular choice in bathrooms across the country and offer a high level of protection against water, steam and damp.
In your bathroom, you can choose between tiling the walls or floor – or both! If planning to tackle all surfaces, make sure that you select tiles which aren’t too dissimilar to avoid a clash of patterns; whilst geometric flooring might have caught your eye, pairing it with a patterned tile for the wall probably will detract from the freestanding bath that you’ve selected as a focal point. Some great tiling options include chequerboard flooring for a traditional WC and a texture slate for a dark bathroom. These help to create a feature without being a distraction.
If you’re thinking of tiling your bathroom yourself, there are a few things you need to take into consideration safety wise, particularly as broken tiles emit a high level of dust due to splintering. Preparing any surfaces that you’re planning to tile is vital as it can impact the finished look of the room; uneven surfaces will create lumps behind the tiles preventing them from lying flat so, whilst that small blemish in the plastering may not look too bad when painted, it’s important to sand it down before beginning the tiling process.